This week I was on a call with a Non-Nine-to-Five member who is launching her business (yay), discussing how to price her service. She asked me two questions:
1. Should I ask people if they would pay for my service? 2. Should I ask people how much they would pay for my service? My response: NO . . . to both questions. When you feel called to provide a service you are MEANT to provide that service. You do not need to get permission from anyone but you and yourself. Simply feeling the call is enough. When you price your service, it is important you price it intuitively. I teach the members of The Non-Nine-to-Five™ community how to do exactly this because if you go outside of yourself you are walking a very thin line that can lead you into perfectionism, analysis paralysis, and people pleasing. You can absolutely research “industry standards,” what other service providers like you are doing, what you see in the media, what your college business professor told you, what your mom thinks, etc. OR you can go within, listen very deeply, and trust. Intuitive pricing comes from your heart and soul. It doesn’t come from “out there.”
Are you struggling with pricing your Non-Nine-to-Five business?
Do you want to connect to your heart and soul vs. going “out there?”
Are you meant to be someone who goes against the grain?
If YES, I invite you to claim 1 of 4 Private Clarity Call spots I have open during the month of February where I will hear what's not working and support you with potential next best steps. I will aim to have you felt seen and heard and we will see if the Non-Nine-to-Five programs are a match for you. Please click this link to fill out your Clarity Call application. Seeing you Successfully Self-Employed, - Jen P.S: Check out what Nicole is experiencing as a member of The Non-Nine-to-Five™ community: I am grateful for the growth I've experienced being part of Non-Nine-to-Five community and the support provided by Jen. I am celebrating the shifts I have been experiencing with using my voice and being recognized positively for it. I am showing up for myself, being visible and allowing myself to be vulnerable.